That's my Christmas list sorted out
Introducing ??Mac OS X 10.6.2
330 million users and 7,000 add-ons
Fair exchange is no robbery
Big Brother won't be able to watch any more
Microsoft finally gets it right
OS X on a netbook Hackintosh
Presumably trying to reassure us, Google has launched a new feature
allowing users to see which personal data it's storing,
and to control or delete some of it.
Parallels has introduced its Desktop 5 virtualization platform for the Mac.
A smug Apple has announced that over 100,000 applications are now available for download from the company's App Store.
Microsoft is giving its MSN home page a revamp, with a new, more open look and integrated Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Google Earth seems to think that England does not have enough towns and has decided to put one of its own in.
If the most technical Ubuntu supporters can't make it work properly, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Let's start out by saying that hell would likely freeze over before this happened...
Mozilla has released its long-awaited Firefox 3.6 beta.
Apple has stepped up its war of attrition against Hackintosh rebels by
disabling support for Intel's Atom processor in the next version of
The brand new 27" iMac is suffering from major problems with video graphics while Windows 7 operating on the same machines is